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John Corbett Wishes Less Hands-On Dads See His 'Ramona and Beezus'

July 13, 2010 (8:50 am) GMT
The actor wants fathers to catch his new movie, which also features Selena Gomez and Joey King, because he believes that it will help dads 'to create a tighter bond with their kids.'

"" hunk hopes some of his less hands-on father friends see his new family film "" because it will help them bond with their kids. The actor plays dad to and in the new film and admits the movie has a very important message to fathers everywhere.

Corbett, who has no kids of his own, tells WENN, "It's kind of sad that you have to see a movie with a guy playing a father who doesn't really have any kids to say, 'Oh, I wanna be like that guy,' especially if you're at the movies and you have a couple of kids sitting next to you."

"I hope that when dads see this movie with their kids they just want to be a little closer and want to do things with their kids. So many of my friends, from a far away perspective, I can see that they really don't have a close relationship with their kids."

"Sometimes they don't know who their kids are. Time's kind of ticking and I wonder how much time they think they have left to get to know their kids. I hope that people see this movie and try to create a tighter bond with their kids."

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